Discussion in 'Grateful Dead and Phish' started by jo_k_er_man, May 27, 2007.
Jason Hann and Micheal Travis also have a side project thats touring this year called EOTO...
i can't wait to see EOTO....going to check them out at the Fais Do Do in LA.....should be cool....
i saw EOTO this spring, and i gotta say, it was one of the most uninteresting, unoriginal shows Ive seen in a long long time
sorry to be negative, i was just really disappointed and had to get it off my chest
really? i've only heard good things.....thats cool though...two days after EOTO i will be seeing SCI in Berkeley....
old people dont understand electronic music.
dont get me wrong, i love sts9, lotus, signal path....
dont be such a nOOb
- EOTO just isn't my thing either. I love sts9, particle, lotus... you can't say that someone who doesn't like something doesnt understand it (especially because of age???). Everyones has their own opinion.
btw n00b is with zeros - get with it!!
ok, I have a couple years on Bluedoggie, and I like Travis' projects. I like Zilla more, but I love real drums and Jamie J, soooo..
on the other hand, Travis and Jason let me paint on stage with them!
and I was a Cheesehead for the bluegrass and crabbed about the 'electronica shit/ greasy kids stuff.'
see what im saying?
i love that electro element to SCI....its what makes them so much more eclectic....grass, funk, electronic jam music....beautiful.....i'm looking foward to the first night in Berkeley....just got my tix a few days ago and i can' wait for night one, STS9 and Bisco.....should be a psychedelic night....and night two will be a good, down in the grass and dirt kind of show.....feeling the earth in the notes....can't wait, should be fun....wish i could go to Hornings....too bad....so sad....
yeah, you are saying that it is OK for YOU to be ageist but not folks older than you.... geeez.
I'm loving Bassnectar right now, and money willing, I see as many Travis gigs as I can.
Trying to work out Sonic Bloom somehow!
Bassnectar is the shittttttt i just got the new cd. Im sure you have heard of Shpongle before but if you havent you should defintaly check em out.
heard of, not had the chance to see.
that's really the breaker for me.
Heck, I even liked Colin Hay live (former frontman for Men at Work). Have 3 discs, from his manager.
Lorin (bassnectar) has a definite signature sound and I don't pick up on that with other DJs.
sure some are nice entertainment but Lorin can take me THERE.
I guess I don't listen to much livetronica and related (I don't have the definitions/classifications down..I'm old...) that I can say this is so and so.
I know Travis' touch on sound, and definitely Jamie Janover's.
Shpongle... check it out. That shit sends my mind to space. Its got a really earthy spirtual vibe to it.
will do. whippersnapper!
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